Travel Mode On prepared a list with 5 unknown cities for tourists. This kind of trip is a great possibility to have a calm and interesting experience.
1. Colmar, France
Photo by Sascha Sturm
If you want a French atmosphere, then this is Colmar. So colorful and picturesque city and certainly you will not want to leave – because, it’s so nice and cozy here. Colmar is one of the most romantic places in Alsace, where people come to admire the architecture, taste delicious French delicacies, drink it all with wines and just have a good rest from the grey routine and the labor of the big cities. It is best to come to Colmar, of course, in the spring, when the colors of the city houses blend with the blooming of nature.
2. Manarola, Italy
Photo by Luca Vaudano
Manarola is an amazing old town in Italy. It was founded many centuries ago on a rock off the coast of the Ligurian Sea and since then has not lost its charm. Moreover, it is surrounded by beautiful gardens and vineyards. A truly heavenly place! Like all Italian cities, Manarola is famous for its exquisite cuisine. Because the city is located on the seashore, you can eat not just traditional pizzas and pasta, you can also eat the fish dishes. And you just imagine evening, view of the city, fish delicacy, delicious Italian wine …
3. Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Photo by Yu Siang Teo
Mostar, an ancient, picturesque town, surrounded by mountains. The city is divided by river Neretva so that making an amazing view. It is incredible that in the 90s, this city was practically wiped off the face of the earth, and today, it is like a phoenix, which astonishes us with its beauty. Since Bosnia is not yet a popular place for tourists, the prices are acceptable for every traveler, especially a cheap traveling. Thus, cafes and restaurants have reasonable prices.
4. Innsbruck, Austria
Photo by Bharat Patil
Yes, Innsbruck can’t be named a little-known city among tourists, because it is the famous ski resort in Europe. But everything changes with the advent of summer, when the city lives a quiet life. The trip to Innsbruck in the summer will be no less interesting than in the winter because the incredible nature of the Alps falls in love with the first acquaintance. And to make the travel “at the highest level”, go to the Alpine Botanical Garden – there is something to see!
5. Gothenburg, Sweden
Photo by Edvin Johansson
Gothenburg is a popular city among the Swedes but is still not well known by other tourists of Europe. Firstly, in Gothenburg is the largest amusement park in Scandinavia – Liseberg, and secondly, the city is considered the culinary capital of Sweden, which means that there are more tasty dishes and goodies, and third, well, it is very picturesque and pleasant.
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